Top 10 From Around The Web: Python Web Development Resources
Top 10 From Around The Web: Python Web Development Resources
Thursday, 04 May 2017

Python is an increasingly popular choice for web development. Here's our latest selection of blog posts that might otherwise have escaped your notice, with something of interest to every Python web developer.

springboard.com - Data Mining in Python: A Guide

This guide will provide an example-filled introduction to data mining using Python, one of the most widely used data mining tools – from cleaning and data organization to applying machine learning algorithms. First, let’s get a better understanding of data mining and how it is accomplished.


worthwhile.com - 20 Advantages of Doing Web Development with Python and Django

Whether you’re starting a new company, or looking for a language to help you land a job, Python can and will push you to great heights. Why is Worthwhile committed to this language? What are its advantages? Let me count the ways.


blog.yhat.com - Random Forests in Python

Random forest is a highly versatile machine learning method with numerous applications ranging from marketing to healthcare and insurance. It can be used to model the impact of marketing on customer acquisition, retention, and churn or to predict disease risk and susceptibility in patients.


djangostars.com - Python in a 1000 Words

How would you describe Python? If someone were to ask me, a few words come to mind immediately: easy to understand, harder to master, multipurpose and powerful. But what is it capable of? What are its strengths and weaknesses? Why do people choose it over/in addition to other programming languages? Let’s try to figure that out.


qbox.io - How to Use Elasticsearch with Python and Django ( Part 4 )

In the previous posts in this series we created a basic Django app and populated a database with automatically generated data. We also added data to the elasticsearch index in bulk, wrote a basic command, and added a mapping to the elasticsearch index. In this final article we will add functional frontend items, write queries, allow the index to update, and discuss a bonus tip.


blog.bixly.com - Setting up Eclipse for Python / Django Development

Using Eclipse with PyDev as an IDE for your development on your Django project can be very helpful in many ways. Since it is integrated, Eclipse has the access to some of the compiler’s information, which means you got assistance in code writing.


dataquest.io - Python for Data Science: Getting Started

Python is becoming an increasingly popular language for data science, and with good reason. It's easy to learn, has powerful data science libraries, and integrates well with databases and tools like Hadoop and Spark. With Python, we can perform the full lifecycle of data science projects, including reading data in, analyzing data, visualizing data, and making predictions with machine learning.


dbader.org - Make Your Python Code More Readable with Custom Exception Classes

In this short screencast I'll walk you through a simple code example that demonstrates how you can use custom exception classes in your Python code to make it easier to understand, easier to debug, and more maintainable.


galvanize.com - Eight New Tools for the Python Data Ecosystem

Here are eight Python tools that our instructors think data scientists will be using in the coming months and years.


krzysztofzuraw.com - Factory Pattern in Python

What is factory pattern all about? It introduces abstraction. In other words: helps software developers with the problem of creating objects without knowing exact class of the object that will be created.


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SAP - Why NOT to Use an In-Memory Database

If you ask many industry experts, in-memory databases are not for everyone. But if you take into account a few little-known benefits of in-memory technologies, you might find that in-memory technology is in fact applicable. It can even change the game. This article will take you on an intellectual journey to re-imagine some of the obvious reasons to “just run it on disk”.

 

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